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Billie Eilish and 8 Climate Activists Get Real About Our Planet | Vogue
Billie Eilish asked to share her Vogue cover with a group of climate activists and organizers. This is their discussion about climate, community, justice, and activism. An MJZ Production Director: Mike Mills Producer: Nicole Disson Executive Producers: David Zander & Emma Wilcockson Cinematography: Arnaud Potier Production Design: Tessa Posnansky Fashion Sustainability Editor: Tonne Goodman Editor: Aaron Beckum Additional Editing: Mariana Blanco Color: Mark Gethin at Trafik Visual Effects: Pariah Sound: Barking Owl Billie Eilish wears Balmain and her own Pamela Love necklace Activists and organizers wearing a selection of sustainable fashion from Bode, Botter, Chopova Lowena, Collina Strada, Jamie Okuma, Mahdiyyah, Mara Hoffman, Maya’s Ideas, Pangaia, Reformation, Stella McCartney, and The Jean of Tomorrow by AG. Fender Play Foundation Highland Park Ukulele Choir: Aaliyah Antonio, Dalilah Nanez, Daynor Guardado, Emily Ibarra, Emma Palma, Gemma Faber, Hadassa Guevara-Bautista, Hazel Navarro, Isabella Ramirez Alvarez, Justin Guardado, Justyn Castellanos, Karina Garcia, Lianna Lopez, Lucas Sebastian, Maricela Palacios, Matilda McCoy, Maya Cirpriano, Mia King, Miguel Ruelas, Sebastian Llaguno, Stephanie Isidro Rodriguez 1st Assistant Director: Rodney Smith 2nd Assistant Director: John Nasraway Production Supervisor: Annika Dawson Assistant Production Supervisor: Andrew Price 1st Assistant Camera: Matt Sumney 2nd Assistant Camera: Ryan Murray Steadicam Operator: Jun Li Gaffer: Manny Tapia Best Boy Electric: Alejandro Tapia Electric: Justin Tapia Key Grip: Sergio Silva Best Boy Grip: Robert Mcknight Dolly Grip: David Lableigh VTR: Quan Logan DIT: Tamas Harangi Sound Mixer: Luiza Sa-Davis Boom Operator: Eliana Alcouloumre Hair: Benjamin Mohapi Makeup: Emily Cheng Manicurist: Erin Leigh Moffett Makeup Assistants: Sofia Rose Fisher, Kendall Bennewitz Hair Assistants: Darine Senseevong, Sabrina Ahmed, Delaney Sissung Manicurist Assistant: Brittaney Kirchner Leadman: Kyle Baker Set Dresser: Brandon Peralta Wardrobe Assistants: Billie Rose Owen, Gabriella Wheeler, Larissa Lampitelli Tailor: Susie Kourinian Production Assistants: Francisca Zapata, Courtney Seymour, Gabriella Landay, Claire Offenberger, Garrit Green, Zach Geschwilm, Raymond Pabon Director Assistant: Melina Hayum Research Assistant: Joe Nankin Staff Production Manager: Brooklynn Reeves Stage Manager: Monica Macdonald Set Medic: Samson Ghaffari Set Teacher: Jeff Raines Testing Coordinator: Cody Hoyt Craft Service: Izabel Santos Catering: Kitchen Mouse, Chris Wilson, Erica Gleason Fender And Fender Play Foundation Program Director: Emilia Gore Marketing Manager: Stephanie Prom Head Of Signature Artists: Michael Schulz FPF Teachers: Marija Loncar Hallman, Asunción Ojeda Fender Special Thanks Tony Cortez And The Parents Vogue Global Network Lead & U.S. Deputy Editor: Taylor Antrim Global Head Of Fashion Network: Virginia Smith Creative Editorial Director: Mark Guiducci Vice President, Video: Thespena Guatieri Entertainment Director: Sergio Kletnoy Global Creative Director: Juan Costa Paz Visual Director: Yukino Moore Senior Producer: Jordin Rocchi Global Fashion Network, US: Willow Lindley, Daisy Ellis Shaw, Naomi Elizee, Mai Morsch, Ciarra Lorren Zatorski, Charlotte Diamond, Nicole Martini, Laniya Harris Pringle, Charlie Johnson, Samantha Yorn Executive Producer: Ruhiya Nuruddin Senior Director. Programming: Linda Gittleson Director Of Content, Production: Rahel Gebreyes Senior Director, Production Management: Jessica Schier Line Producer: Romeeka Powell Production Manager: Kit Fogarty Production Coordinator: Ava Kashar Associate Producer: Natalie Harris Post Production Supervisor: Nicholas Ascanio Post Production Coordinator Jovan James Still haven’t subscribed to Vogue on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/vogueyoutubesub Get the best of Vogue delivered right in your inbox ►► https://bit.ly/3xAZyQg Want to hear more from our editors? Subscribe to the magazine ►► http://bit.ly/2wXh1VW Check out our new podcast 'In Vogue: The 1990s' ►► https://link.chtbl.com/iv-yt-description ABOUT VOGUE Vogue is the authority on fashion news, culture trends, beauty coverage, videos, celebrity style, and fashion week updates.
A Conversation Hosted by Emma Watson at The New York Times Climate Hub
Young climate leaders, including Greta Thunberg, Vanessa Nakate, Malala Yousafzai, Tori Tsui, Viviam Villafaña, Daphne Frias, Mya-Rose Craig, Dominique Palmer and Emma Watson, gathered from around the globe for a surprise session at The New York Times Climate Hub. In this session, guest hosted by Ms. Watson, the speakers discussed the need for collective, coalition-led leadership to accomplish the intersectional thinking that the climate challenge requires. Brought to you by The New York Times Climate Hub. For more information, visit: nytclimatehub.com.
Stella McCartney Winter 2019 Campaign
Introducing our new #StellaWinter19 campaign film, narrated by the incomparable Jane Goodall with powerful words by author Jonathan Safran Foer. Starring a cast of change agents, including Extinction Rebellion and Amber Valetta, it's a call for positive planetary change from the beautiful Welsh coast. In a time of climate crisis, action is more important than ever. "Here is where we have our long moment. Where we cannot help but leave things differently than how we found them, and have the choice to leave things better." Learn more here: https://stell.am/2zXLVLY Director: Johnny Dufort DOP: Deepa Keshvala Hair: Gary Gill Make-up: Thomas De Kluyver
OVERHEATED LIVE: Climate anxiety and how to normalize talking about it
Naza Alakija asks Tori Tsui, Dr. Mya-Rose Craig, and Clover Hogan their views on how to speak on and manage the rapidly growing pressure of climate anxiety. Click here for full Live event. For more simple tips on how you can make a change to help build a healthier planet today visit Your Plan, Your Planet. #Overheated #OverheatedCantBeDefeated #ClimateChange #YourPlanYourPlanet
Keep On with the G Gen - Ep. 1, Tori Tsui
Introducing Keep On with the G Gen, a new Golden TV series where the G Generation, our group of under 30s, meets some of the change makers of their generation. For the 1st episode we meet intersectional climate activist and mental health advocate Tori Tsui to discuss climate justice and learning how to take action. #GoldenGoose
Why are climate activists asking SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH to #PasstheMic on Insta? - BBC My World
A group of young climate activists are asking Sir David Attenborough to Pass the Mic and hand over his Instagram account to them. After Sir David joined Instagram this summer he broke records for reaching a million followers in the fastest time. But the team of producers running his account have decided to stop posting. Tori Tsui brought together activists on the front-line of climate change around the world to urge him to 'Pass the Mic' to them. Fridays for Future have even backed the campaign. What do you think the Instagram should look like? Let us know in the comments below. We'll keep you up to date on this story so make sure you subscribe to #BBCMyWorld here: https://www.youtube.com/BBCMyWorld?sub_confirmation=1 BBC My World is brought to you by executive producers Angelina Jolie and the BBC World Service to show you how the news is made, fact-check stories and spot fake news. #SirDavidAttenborough #ClimateChange #PasstheMic
Tori Tsui: Climate anxiety bleeds into all other aspects of my mental health. OVERHEATED.
As part of the OVERHEATED documentary, climate activist Tori Tsui describes growing up experiencing through the climate crisis and the event this has had, and continues to have, on her mental health. -- OVERHEATED THE DOCUMENTARY a bold and cerebral documentary which makes us think deeply about our place in the fight against climate change. Featuring Billie Eilish, Tori Tsui, Ibeyi, Yungblud, Vanessa Nakate, Girl in Red, Finneas, Samata Pattinson, Maggie Baird, Emily Eavis, Sofia Jannok, Maggie Baird, Vivienne Westwood, Arlo Parks, Hope Tala, flowerovlove and Claud. -- OVERHEATED is a Sage Foundation film directed by Yassa Khan with breathtaking commentary on the climate crisis that’s unlike anything we’ve seen or heard before. Central to the film are the voices who represent the frontlines of climate change: Daniella Ingabire from Burundi, one of the African nations hit hardest by flooding and the effects of the crisis, and a tribe from the Amazon rainforest & the Sámi people of Sápmi, who speak of the startling loss of indigenous knowledge and habitats. #Overheated #OverheatedCantBeDefeated #ClimateChange @overheated @supportandfeed @solimanfoundation @wetransfer @wepresent